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Re: classful routes redux

  • From: Fred Baker
  • Date: Wed Nov 02 19:05:04 2005
  • Authentication-results: imail.cisco.com; header.From=fred@cisco.com; dkim=pass (message from cisco.com verified; );
  • Dkim-signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; l=549; t=1130976795; x=1131408995;c=nowsp; s=nebraska; h=Subject:From:Date:Content-Type:Content-Transfer-Encoding;d=cisco.com; i=fred@cisco.com; z=Subject:Re=3A=20classful=20routes=20redux|From:Fred=20Baker=20<fred@cisco.com>|Date:Wed,=202=20Nov=202005=2016=3A03=3A43=20-0800|Content-Type:text/plain=3B=20charset=3DUS-ASCII=3B=20delsp=3Dyes=3B=20format=3Dflowed|Content-Transfer-Encoding:7bit;b=O9LF23fE+5G9AKFogXQiusof9AcRGRZ/ik1c3L6jJQx92R1q5RHAOZGeg59w5eSTio6ATWIw8x9Dup8B9STkCaPTYkxYPRU274WjmQR7xgKKq+5YxfgKHdi96EPyf1foMk2s0ZjBzSEAJmZhm1xtijGAvoO2ZtiSW89G5pl2liQ=

actually, no, I could compare a /48 to a class A.

On Nov 2, 2005, at 3:51 PM, bmanning@vacation.karoshi.com wrote:


er..  would this be a poor characterization of the IPv6 addressing
architecture which is encouraged by the IETF and the various RIR
members?

	class A ==  /32
	class B ==  /48
	class C ==  /56
	hostroute == /64

(and just think of all that spam than can originate from all those
 "loose" IP addresses in that /64 for your local SMTP server!!! Yummy)

-- Oat Willie
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